PINZOLO, Italy -- Ferrari expects to deliver its first four-door model, the Purosangue, to customers by mid-year, as the supercar maker responds to competitors such as the Lamborghini Urus crossover.
Ferrari says that the Purosangue, which was unveiled in September 2022, is not a crossover or SUV, although at 62.5-inches tall, it is only slightly lower than a Porsche Macan, and 7.8-inches higher than the Ferrari GTC 4 Lusso, Ferrari’s V-12 powered four-seat coupe.
The goal was to give the Purosangue, which also has a V-12 engine, the same driving dynamics as a sports car.
Production is slowly ramping up for the Purosangue, which costs 390,000 euros ($413,000) in Italy, Pietro Virgolin, Ferrari product marketing manager, said at a test drive here in the Italian Alps last month. An optional carbon-fiber wide-body kit adds 70,000 euros to the price.